The Museum of Contemporary Art is bringing the Colour Fields Bar to Circular Quay.
For the third year in a row, the MCA is turning the harbour facing side of their building into a pop up bar. This year it will be Colour Fields, vibrantly lit outdoor bar set to light up the city starting this November.
Drawing inspiration from the Pipilotti Rist: Sip my Ocean art series, running in the MCA from November 1 until mid-February, Colour Fields will send the city into a kaleidoscopic snip. The experimental and groundbreaking audio-visual design is being brought to life by Scoundrel Projects, specialists in crafting unique visual masterpieces.
Graze on a menu of of colourful, locally sourced produce crafted by the team from Graze Restaurant. While devouring the shared food boards, enjoy a selection of classic cocktails, each with a sneaky MCA twist.
Lovers of the Harbor City will be able to bathe in the buzzing summer atmosphere at Colour Fields every Wednesday to Sunday from 4pm during summer. Every Sunday, tunes will come courtesy of DJs from Future Classic DJs + Friends. A host of local favorites will be spinning the decks at the Sunday Sets. Entry to this Sunday sesh is free, but demand is sure to be high. For those hesitant to hit the town on a Sunday, Future Classics DJs can still be heard on all other nights of the week with handpicked mix tapes.
On Wednesday’s Colour Fields visitors will be able to try their hands at arts and craft with the work-shop night classes. Run by a colour-loving team, there are a number of workshops available. Try you hand at making your own perfume, or learn to love rosé with an Appreciation Masterclass. Tickets for the Wednesday work-shops will go on sale in early October.
Colour Fields will even help you plan your kickass summer party. For groups of 60 or more organise a private event by the water under the translucent light display. The Colour Fields will be available to hire on Monday and Tuesday nights, and all week for lunch.
Who said art was boring? Light up the night at the MCA and Colour Fields.
When: From 3 November 2017. Open Wednesday to Sunday from 4pm
Where: Museum of Contemporary Art, The Rocks
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